BRIAN BURGESS

DISCIPLESHIP  -  EVANGELISM  -  FAITH IN ACTION

Brian is uniquely gifted to explain the Gospel in a powerful, yet practical way. His warm personality and genuine zeal quickly connects with audiences of all ages and backgrounds. He enjoys speaking at churches, summer camps, and colleges, about discipleship, overcoming adversity, and boldly living out the Gospel.

ABOUT

Brian Burgess was saved at the age of 14 and surrendered to ministry at 16. He now travels and teaches at churches, schools, summer camps and colleges all over the United States.

Brian has an intriguing story of Christ transforming him from a rebellious teenager into a man who is passionate about God. He clearly communicates the timeless principles of God’s Word with effective zeal and enthusiasm.

Brian is a graduate of Gardner-Webb University with a B.A. in Religious Studies and a Masters of Divinity in Pastoral Studies.

He and his wife, Angie, have three boys and a girl. They enjoy working out, camping, traveling the world, and riding motorcycles.

 


Brian Burgess did a wonderful Christ centered job speaking at our High School graduation! He gave the graduates a timely word in a way that was fun and engaging yet something that would impact their lives for the future. We would not hesitate to recommend him to speak for your groups.
— Bob Daniel, Founder Grace Academy
We had Brian Burgess speak at our high school retreat which kicks off our school year – so Brian got to set the spiritual tone with our students and he really did a great job. Brian loves to share the Gospel with students – he is straight-forward, easy-to-understand, engaging, and connected very well with our students on and off the stage. Brian shares a very Biblically-sound message interwoven with interesting and inspiring personal and historical tidbits and stories. His message and delivery are solid. We really enjoyed having Brian share at our retreat – students were challenged and lives were changed for eternity
— Gabriel Boyd, Student Discipleship and Activities, Prestonwood Christian Academy